Highlights and main attractions of bandhavgarh national park
Once the hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Rewa, Bandhavgarh is now one of the most popular National Parks in India. Not only does it have the highest concentration of Bengal tigers of any park, it is steeped in history, perfectly blending your wildlife and cultural experience.
Declared in 1968, the park core is 105 square kilometres, with a buffer zone of 400 square kilometres. This is where it is said that the first white tiger was caught back in 1951 and it is now their natural hub.
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